Architect, CAMESgibson, Inc.
Grant Gibson is a Chicago-based educator, registered architect, and founding principal of CAMESgibson, Inc.,an architecture and design practice committed to creating environments and objects that are cross-pollinated with common social, political, and economic interests, as well as individual experiences and desires. Engaging the full spectrum of the discipline of architecture, Gibson is the author of “A Performed Memoir” and architect for Hyde Part Art Center’s new Creative Wing;. Regardless of context, Grant is openly interested in the use of form and graphics to establish authorship that challenges traditional occurrences, demands a heightened contextual awareness and creates programmatic uniqueness. His practice’s work was recently shown at the Graham Foundation’s “Treatise” exhibition and is to be included in the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial. Gibson received his MArch from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and holds degrees from Purdue University in architectural engineering and construction engineering technology. He is currently Clinical Assistant Professor in the
School of Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
GRANT'S RECENT EVENTS
PechaKucha Night at the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Chicago Cultural Center
Oct 30, 2015